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SACRED HEART CONVENT 
BELMONT, NORTH CAROLINA 2ao I2 




SACRED HEART COLLEGE 
Belmont, North Carolina 






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Bishop Vincent S. Waters is a father and a pastor in his office as Bishop of the 
Diocese of Raleigh. An example to His flock, Bishop Waters was a pioneer in Iris 
stand for racial justice early in the movement for desegregation. The Diocese has 
developed in a tremendous way under his leadership. 

Sacred Heart College students and Faculty benefitted from the surprise snow 
storm this winter which afforded a 2-day visit from Bishop Waters during which 
he offered Mass and addressed the congregation. 

Bishop Waters showed his special interest in Sacred 
Heart College when on the occasion of the Seventy-Fifth 
Anniversary Dinner in March, 1968 His Excellency pre- 
sented Sister M. Stephen, the College President with a gift 
of $10,000 for the Theology Department. 



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A new addition to the campus was Kent Residence Hall dedicated on 
October 27, 1968 in honor of Mother Augustine Kent, pioneer Sister of 
Mercy in North Carolina. 





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Sister M. Stephen, R. S. M. 

President of the College 





Sister Mary Timothy, R.S.M. 
Dean of Women 




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Sister Mary Michele, R.S.M. 
Treasurer 




Sister Mary Bernard, R.S.M. 
Student Accounts 



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Sister Mary Annette. R.S.M. 
Librarian 



Sister Mary Gertrude. R.S.M. 
Director of Admissions 





Sister Pauline Mary. R.S.M. 
Director of Registration 



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chemist anatomist biologist 




Reverend Bonaventure Denk, O.S.B. 



Sister Mary Anne, R.S.M. 





Sister Mary Aquinas, R.S.M 



Sister Mary Michael, R.S.M. 



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Sister M. Violette 



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HUMANITIES 

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english and speech 




Mr. B. Michael Wood 



Sister Anne Ward, R.S.M. 



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artists 

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Mrs. Mary Mintich 



Sister Mary Theophane, R.S.M. 



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educator 






Sister Mary Christine, R.S.M. 



gymnacist 




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physical education 




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Sacred Heart College Will 
Continue Program for Medical Assistants 

A Medical Assistants program leading to the Associate of Science Degree at the end of two 
years will be continued even though Sacred Heart College is advancing to the stage where it will 
offer four year programs in which the Bachelor's Degree will be conferred in the Spring of 1970. 
The Medical Assistants Courses are being continued because there ia an increasing demand for 
them in the United States. 

Medical Secretary Courses at Sacred Heart College were recently listed as among the top twelve 
in the Nation in a recent poll of programs being offered in the United States at the present time. 
The poll was conducted by the American Association of Medical Assistants with Headquarters in 
Chicago, III. 

Mrs. Louise King, Chairman of the Certifying Board of the A. A.M. A. visited Sacred Heart 
College in order to evaluate the two-year program being offered at Sacred Heart College. 



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Sharon O'Neil 



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Mary Paxton 





Annette Phillips 



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AN AUSPICIOUS BbGINNiNG JUI 




Sister Mary Stephen, President of the College, and Sister Mary Gertrude, Dean of 
Admissions, welcomed Miss Mary Harris, Junior from West Asheville, and Miss Candace 
Allen, a Sophomore from Stanley, N.C., back to the Campus as the 76th Year of the College 
got under way late in August. 



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A number of Juniors were recognized at the First Honors Convocation when Dr. 
Kenneth J. Reckford, Associate Professor of Classics at the University of North Carolina, 
Chapel Hill, spoke on "Leisure and its implications for Modern Society." Carey Kaine, Dr. 
Kenneth Reckford, Maureen McCune and Sister Mary Thomas, Dean of Students. 




Juniors recognized included 
Mary Harris - West Asheville, N.C. 
Ann Troublefield - Statesville, N.C. 
Tina Hawkes -- Lowell. N.C. 
Dorothy Keefe - Raleigh, N.C. 
Kathleen Morton - Alexander, Va. 
Carolyn Stearns — Greensboro, N. C. 
Karen Robinson - Huntington, N.Y. 
Tracey Colgan, Alexandria, Va. 
Linda Ryan - Norfolk, Va. 



On October 27 ribbons were cut open- 
ing Kent Residence for Junior and Senior 
students. Mother Mary Benignus, President 
of (the Board of Trustees, performed the 
honors with Sister M. Stephen assisting. 



Among the Principal participants of the 
dedication program of the new Kent Resi- 
dence at Sacred Heart College were Mr. J. 
Paul Ford, principal speaker and noted 
citizen of the local community; Sister Mary 
Stephen, President of the college and Mr. 
John J. Henry, Director of Development of 
the college whose efforts helped to make the 
new facility a reality. He was Master of 
Ceremonies. 



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Patricia Mulvey Ivey Nolan Chris O'Neil Carol Owen Sandra Patillo Margaret Powers 




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Evelyn Rector Mary Rafferty Glenda Rayter Mary Roarty Karen Robinson Linda Ryan 




Nancy Sera Becky Stuttz 



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Barbara Thiel Ann Troublefield Susan Trulio Nancy Vespoint Maiyann Vitkus Phyllis Wail 








Maigaiet Walsh EUzabeth Willis Cynthia Wood Alice Wright Dorothea Zeier Cynthia Zodda 




Gilda Pope Dixon Alice Lowe Bayne Rita Stewart Keener Hazel Beatty Michael Kathleen Maiie Rankin Geraldine Starr Williams 




Paula Moose Bernice H. Chapman Phyllis Wall Theresa Jenkins 



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Shirley Bartelle Sherry Bingham Barbara Bradley Marilyn Dugan Cathy Dunbar Brenda Ellis 




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Susan Hall Sherrill Harbin Jacqueline Harvey Ann Carbone Valerie Cardan Adele Caulfield 





Cathy Hawkins Norma Hernandez Mary Herman 



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Carolyn Hiker Kendxa Hutton Mary Howren Carolyn Convey Kathy Cowan Cathy Cummings 




Dolores Kelleher Karen Kelly Pricilla Kendrick Mary Koeller 



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Kerin Kuhn Patricia Lavery Sally Linebeiger 




Suzanne Link Helen Lynch Paula McFarland 




Eileen McGinly Kathy McKiernan Margaret McKeiver Laurel KeUy Jan McFayden Alice Markham 




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Regina Wilson Valery Wrenn Christine Zwait Rebecca Shiver Martha Silberhorn Carroll Small Knox 




Kathy Stowe Pat Straehle Grace Tassone Theresa Tassone Patricia Tisheuar Sandra Vallee 




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Mane Divalentin Madeleine Dunn Bridget Evancho Helen Faifour Frances Ferger 

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Rosemary George Jean Ghosn Janice Godwin Sharon Grasberger Linda Guagliardo Vann Hall Nancy Manley 



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Catherine Kirk Maureen Kirk Catherine King Roxanne Kiser Dianne Klinker Robyn Knapp Janice Krempa 




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Jieu /ooA me over 
JoJ/iat do you see 
Jjeanie on my iiead 
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Don '/ taAe mo beanie, 
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Leadership Loyalty 

Lofty Ideas 

are characteristics of 
President Pat Bradley 



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SOPHOMORE REP. 
KATHY STOWE 



SOCIAL CHAIRMAN: 
KATHY DUMBAR 



REP. 

MARLEN WHITNER 



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Student Government in Action, 




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*>tUCl6nt 06n3t6: an organization of legislative committees 



Ann Carbone 
Dianne Bialkowski 
Dee Collaid 
Miss Juanita Dietrick 
Maureen McDermott 
Maiy Ann Coman 
Tracy Colgan 
Debbie Rhyne 
Bernadette Johnson 
Pat Bradley 
Ro Sheehan 
Angie Wheeler 
Trish Mullaney 
Jo Fusco 
Carol Derrybeny 
Pam Bourne 




JUuiCiSl D03rd: an organization for checks and balances 




Standing, 1-r: 
Carol Stearns 
Kathy Kelly 
Ro Sheehan 
Cathy Dunbar 
Jo Fusco 
Linda Ryan 

Sitting, 1-r: 
Jackie Keenan 
Ann McFadden 
Angie Sorrell 
Bonnie Langston 
Kathy Brennan 

Missing from photo: 
Carol Derrybeny 
Dee Collaxd 
Adrienne Paolillo 
Kerin Kuhn 



,, ~ .. social and legislative systems within the 

HOUSe COUnCllS: dormitories 




Treasurer, Casey Coiman 
Secretary, Elaine Robertson 



President, Jo Fusco 



Social Chairman, Karen Kelly 
Vice President, Theo Johnson 




President, Trish Mullaney 
Social Chairman, Kathy Wood 
Treasurer, Sharon O'Neil 



Secretary, Jane Besenfelder 
Vice President, Adrienne Paolillo 
Social Chairman. Nancy Manley 



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ClaSS Officers: men classes 



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Vice-President, Missy Zier 
President, Sybil Jenkins 



Sponsor 

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Secretary Liz Holt 
Treasurer, Carol Owens 




President, Anne Carbone 
Treasurer, Norm Hernandez 



Day Student Representative 
Marlene Whitner 



Vice President, Michele d'Epaigner 
Secretary, Laura Lozupone 



President, Ro Sheehan 

Vice President, Angie Wheeler 

Secretary. Janet Godwin 

Treasurer, Francine Geib 

Social Chairman, Jackie Keenan 

Day Student Representative, Concetta Caliendo 




a sophomore committeecnosernJ^nenHnconv 
Orientation: ing freshmen 




Left to Right: 




Theresa Godwin 
Elaine Robertson 


Glenda Rollins 




Mary Farace 


Norma Hernandez 




Debbie Rhyne 


Nancy Nolan 




Adele Caulfield 


Sharon O'Neil 




Carol Stearns 


Maiy Brugger 




Maureen Dever 


Angie Sorrell 




Ronnie O'Reagan 


Mane Ribinsky 






Mickie Anselmo 






Edie Colla 


President, Adrienne Paolillo 





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homecoming . . . "moonlight g mistletoe" . . . crimson sod . 
breakaway weekend . . . mardi gras . . . spring weekend . . st 
Patrick's day dance . . . 




College Union 








Members: (Left) top 

Ginny Erts Tommy Scartozzi* 

Sue Trulio Danny Treece* 

Alice Wright* B. Michael Wood* 

Anne Troublefield Jim Hanks* 

Patsy Conlon* 

Bottom: 

Starr Williams* 

Rosemary Keehner 

Anne Mayer* 



(Right) top 

Kerin Kuhn* Honorary 

Kathy Ornburn Member: 

Norma Hernandez Kelly Chism 

Eileen McGinty 

Mary Ann Coman* 

Bottom: (* - Official Masquer) 

Maureen McCune 

Glenda Rollins* (Other -Apprentice) 



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Mickey Anselmo* 
John Bambach* 
Tracy Colgan* 



Michele Duane 
Suzy Hall* 
Liz Holt* 
Walter Kennedy* 



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Mary Alice Markham* 
Linda Ryan* 
Paula Burbi 



Left to Right: 

Anne Mayer 

President 

B. Michael Wood 

Moderator 

Patsy Conlon 

Genesian 

Dan Treece 

Vice President 

Tommy Scartozzi 

Secretary 

Jim Hanks 

Treasurer 



Sally Byrd 
Concetta Calienda 
Edith Colla 
Peggy Cook 
Brenda Ellis 
Susan Hug 
Bill Kenney 
Maureen McCune 
Susan Pendergrass 
John Reilly 
Sandy Vallee 
Trixie Wamesly 
Margaret Yang 
Pat Prescott 
Pam Kurder 
John Cottingham 
Janice Hill 
Cynthia Reilley 



The Masquers' Guild is a group of people interested in promoting Drama on the campus, and becoming skilled in the various aspects 
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DRAMA 



Delta Psi Omega Initiated 



DELTA PSI OMEGA the 

largest national honorary 
dramatics fraternity with over 200 
chapters in the United States has 
granted a charter to Sacred Heart 
College to form a "cast" Chapter 
No. 246. Charters are granted to 
colleges that maintain the highest 
standards of dramatic excellence 
and that have an active 
college-community theatre. Three 
founding members were selected 
on the basis of their hard work 
and dedication to the theatre arts. 
They are: Patsy Cordon who has 
appeared in such productions as 
FOR HEAVENS SAKE, THE 
CRUCIBLE, and NO EXIT, and 
Starr Williams who has appeared 
in ST. JOAN, BLITHE SPIRIT, 
and J.B., and Danny Treece of 
Belmont Abbey College who has 
appeared in ST. JOAN, THE 
LONG CHRISTMAS DINNER, 
AND THE CRUCIBLE. These 
members were selected not only 
on their acting abilities but on the 
basis of stage craft, directing, and 
overall theatre experience. Mr. B. 
Michael Wood- 
Head of the Dramatics Department 
at Sacred Heart College and a mem- 
ber of the fraternity since his 
undergraduate days as founding 
moderator of the fraternity. 





Thornton Wilder's 
Queens of France 



Mr. B. Michael Wood 



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The Long Christmas Dinner 



Last Spring, the Drama Department closed its season with a performance of 
Arthur Miller's play, The Crucible. They reopened in December with three 
one-acts by Thornton Wilder: 




Queens of France 

Happy Journey to 

Camden and Trenton 

& The Long Christmas Dinner 

In February, they used experimental theatre 
with - 

Jean Paul Sartre's 

No Exit 

and Archibold MacLeish's 

J. B. 

In April, they did 

Lorraine Hansberry's 
Raisin in the Sun 




J.B. 



No Exit 



Mr. B. Michael Wood, Head of Speech and Drama Department at Sacred 
Heart College. 




Festival 



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OCTOBER 1968 



SACRED HEART COUXGE BELMONT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Union 
Formed 



The College Union of Bel- 
mont Abbey and Sacred Heart 
Colleges is now a working 
realm. Kevin Hislop of Bel 
mont Abbey was voted Presi- 
dent of the Union on Septem- 
ber 1 8th and on the following 
day Maureen McDermott of 
Sacred Heart College was elect- 
ed Vice-PresidenL Sr. Mary 
Timothy and Brother Gregory 
are the union moderators. The 
secretary of the Union, Kathy 
Koncul was appointed by the 
President and the Vice-Presi- 
dent of the Union. 

The establishment of the 
Union was to combine all so- 
cial activities between the col- 
lege. These activities will con- 
sist of lectures, dances, club 
organizations, and the Coffee 
House. 

To help the Union function 
to its greatest capacity five 
committees have been set up. 
The committees are as follows: 
Operational, which will in- 
clude the coordination and im- / 
plimentation of Union func-/ 
tions; Social, which will plan 
the dances, games, popular 
films, and lectures: the Coffee! 
House committee which will\ 
plan and direct the Coffee 
House of the Union; the co- 

Faculty 
Expands 

With the beginning of the 
1968-69 school year 16 new 
faculty members have been 
added to the Sacred Heart and 
Belmont Abbey campuses. 

In jhe Theology dept, Fr. 
Jerome Dollord, who holds a 
B. A. degree from St Bene- 
dict's College in Atchison, Kan- 
sas and a B. A. in French; Fr. 
Nicholas Balducci. graduated 
cum laude from St Benedicts 
College with an A. B. in Ger- 
man. He did summer graduate 
work at Catholic U. and com- 
pleted Theology training at 
Belmont Abbey College. He 
has been teaching German and 
Theology at the Abbey for the 
past five years. 

New at Sacred Heart is Miss 
Gailfred Ann Boiler, who has 
received a B. A. from St 
Mary's College in Notre Dame, 
Indiana, and an M. A. from 
the University of Notre Dame 
in Theology. She was previ- 
ously an instructor in Theolo- 
gy in Sacred Heart University, 
in Bridgeport, Connecticut 
She is presently residing here 
at Sacred Heart in Doyle Hall, 
as is Miss de Simone. Miss Dea- 
trick. and Mrs. Reimann. 

In the Philosophy Dept. one 
addition has been made to 
each college. Sr. M. Dominic 
Twohill O. P. holds a B. A. 
degree from Manhattan Col- 
lege in New York, and a Ph.D. 
from Fordham University in 



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of Belnlont Abbey College and 
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secretary wil/^ufcrait in oper 
letter to both colleges aft 
eaen weekly meeting. 

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comirra year. 



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sions were held by the mem- 
^^lof Sacred Heart's faculty 
Administration concem- 
^possibilities of student 
representation on the college's 
^ administration. A vote was 
Xaken by\lhe administrative 
Jnd facultrt members with the 
\outcome betnb in favor of the 
■went No\\iine of Sacred 

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Timothy 

Sacred Hear? welcomes Sis- 
er M. Timothy, ou/new] dean 
■ if women. AMiougtf she js new 
tli many, ine wai heri 
yearsageTas Assistant Di 
W^rjmen. 

Before cominj t. 
Heart, Sister 1 imothy 
prindipal of St G; briel'i 
in Charlotte. She is a„ 
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1 Administration in th 
iercy Hospital Laboratories 
She received^er Bachelor' 
Degree from Belmont Abbey 
Through co-operation anj 
action the transition from /a 
two year to a four 
can be a process of chang) 
growth, and increase in the 
role of the student as the re- 
sponsible party. 



STAFF 

Editor Tracy Colgan 

Asst. Editor Carol Owen 

Staff Brenda Ellis, Suzi Hall, Iz Johnson. Cathy 

Coye, Debby Delp. Cathy Cummings, Paula Glod, Sally 
Byrd, Cathy Clarke, Cat Nichols, Anne Mayer, Peggy 
Bryd, Jo Fusco, Adele Caulfield, Margy Martin, Patsy 
Conlon, Sue Garvey, Mickey Anselmo, Karen Koepke, 
Tommy Scartozzi. 

Photographer _. Debby Delp 

Cartoonist Edie Colla 

Art C. Smith 

Typists __Krissy Bowling, Eileen McGinty, Norma Hermandez 

and Sandee Vallee 
Moderators Mr. Sam Grey, Mr. Stuart Moody 



^^Sr^M/Viraothy, 

LteuTof Women" 

tory at the University of 

nsylvania. She also fonner- 

^ught at the Community 

ege of Philadelphia. Miss 

lita Francis Deatrick holds 

A. from Western Ken- 

y U., an M. A. in History 

the University of Georgia, 

is a candidate for her 

. also at the University of 

gia. 

e Art Dept welcomes 
Sr. M. Theophane, who 
ow returned after a one 
leave of absence 



Oratorio Singers of Charlotte. 
Mr. Alan Wingard earned 
a B. F. A. from Carnegie Tech 
in Pittsburg, Penn., and an 
M. A. degree from the U. of 
Connecticut Mr. Wingard 
and taught abroad in Scotland 
and England. He will be fea- 



attained his B. A. degree from 
Middleburg College and his 
M. A. in Drama from Catholic 
University. Miss Barbara Ann 
de Simone holds a B. A. Cum 
Laude from Gwyned - Mercy 
College in Gwyned, Penn. She 
is also a candidate for her 
M. A. and Ph.D. degrees in 



M. Christine, Chairman 

: Education Dept, also 

turned to Sacred Heart 

i three year leave of ab- 

, during which time she 

earned her Doctorate Degree 

at the Catholic University of 

America. 

Miss Elizabeth William Bou- 
lus is the new addition to 
Sacred Heart's Mathematics 
Dept. She has earned her B. A. 
degree at Women's College of 



The student members and 
the administrative committees 
in which they are involved are 
as follows: 

Student Affairs 

Pat Bradley 

Debbie Rhyne 

Curriculum 

Tracy Colgan 

Cindy Gardner 

Public Relations 

Mary Alice Ford 

Nancy Vespoint 

Catalogue 

Jnda Ryan 

Vfaureen McCune 

4onors 

Michel Collard 

Connie Keene 

President's Council 

Marie Ribinski 

Pat Bradley 

Tracy Colgan 

Both the faculty and the ad- 
ministration had a part in the 
selection of the students to be 
members of the administrative 
committees. First, the faculty 
submitted recommendations 
for each of the committees to 
the administration. The lists 
of favored students were then 
narrowed down by the admin- 
istration with some additions 
made. The heads of the com- 
mittees then selected their 
members. These administra- 
tion committee members were 
appointed from the final list 

i students and the faculty. 
It is hoped that in the near 

uture that our newly-elected 

idministration will gain a stu- 
dent member. 

The remaining committees 
for the 196^69 year are as fol- 
lows: 

SACRED HEART 
Administrative 
Sr- M. Stephen 
Sr. M. Thomas 
Sr. M. Michel 
Sr. M. Timothy 

Mr. John J. Henry 

Dr. Warren Buford 

Sr. M. Christine 

Sr. Pauline 

Mr. Ralph Christian 

Fine Arts 

Sr. M. Cecilia 
eoph. 
Win L 

Mr. Bruce M. Wood 

Sr. Ann Warde 

Admissions 

Sr. M. Gertrude 

Sr. M. Thomas 

Sr. Pauline 

Mrs. John Baker 

Mr. Sam Gray 

Financial Aid 

Sr. M. Stephen 

Sr. M. Gertrude 

Sr. M. Bernard 

Miss E. Bovlies 

Spiritual Affairs 

Sr. M. Timothy 

Sr. M. Pauline 

Sr. M. Gertrude 

Sr. Jeane Marie 

Sr. M. Annette 

Miss Juanita Deatrick 

Miss Barbara DeSimone 

Miss Gail Boiler 



Sr. M. Theophane 
Mr. Alan Wingard 




Vol. XXX No. 5 



Sacred Heart College 



March 1969 



Curriculum 
to Expand 



The ideal curriculum is one 
which takes into consideration 
as completely as possible the 
unique interests and talents of 
each student. At the same 
time, such curriculum must 
bring to each student a range of 
studies and activities which will 
help to round out her 
educational experience. 

Sacred Heart has tried to do 
this in the past, and hopes to 
continue to do so to a greater 
extent in the future. 

As evidence of the strides 
which this institution plans to 
make during the coming 
academic year, the following 
new programs and courses were 
approved at the recent 
curriculum and administrative 
meetings: 

a. CORE CURRICULUM The 
core program proposed for the 
student entering Sacred Heart in 
the fall of 1969 is entended to 
give students an opportunity to 
recognize problems, to analyze 
content, and to find 
relationships in the structure of 
knowledge. The new core 
program is shaped to serve as an 
awakener. Hopefully, as the 
student is exposed to the 
interrelationship of knowledge, 
and thus to a broad range of 
knowledge, she will find new 
interests, adopt new attitudes, 
and assume new directions. 
Mathematics, science, and 
foreign languages will be 
required only when they are 
needed for the pursuit of a 
particular major, but encouraged 
for all who are interested in 
pursuing these disciplines. 

b. New courses in philosophy 
include ''Philosophical 
Anthropology", "Background of 



Modern Phil osophy" and 
"Contemporary Philosophy." 

c. New upper-level courses in 
Drama include "Advanced 
Acting", "Children's Theatre", 
and "Play Production." 

d. In the area of Humanities 
301-302, "Influential Ideas in 
Man's Cultural Development" or 
Humanities 401-402, "Twentieth 
Century Problems." Taught by a 
team of instructors who are 
specialists in their fields, these 
courses will explore the various 
ideas and problems from the 
perspectives of history, 
literature, philosophy, theology, 
psychology, and sociology. A 
f o ur-year program designed lo 
give the ' student a Bachelor of 
Arts with a major in Music has 
been approved, but the date of 
its implementation has not yet 
been decided. Several factors, 
including faculty, student 
enrollment, and equipment need 
to be considered before a final 
decision regarding the 
inauguration of the program can 
be made. 

In presenting and revising 
programs and courses, the 
curriculum committee fell much 
more responsibility for the 
student's education will be 
placed upon the student herself, 
and student progress should be 
based on demonstrated 
competence and real mastery 
rather than on an accumulation 
of credits and grades. Hopefully, 
these new programs, in addition 
to those in existence, will affect 
many changes among the 
students, and as a result. Sacred 
Heart students will be equipped 
to assume leadership roles in 
whatever walk of life they may 
choose. 



Mr. Henry 
Leaves SHC 



Mr. John J. Henry, Director 
of Development, left Sacred 
Heart on March 20 to assume 
the position of Director of the 
Alumni Annual Fund at 
Georgetown University in 
Washington, D.C. 

Mr. Henry's secretary. Mrs. 
James Ausman. will assume his 
duties for the rest of the 
semester. 

During his two years at 
Sacred Heart, Mr. Henry's main 
job was fund raising. He 
directed the $500,000 capital 
funds campaign, in which 
money was solicited from 
companies, organizations, and 
individuals. He began an annual 
fund drive which will begin on 
February 20th and end on June 
30th of each year. Mr. Henry 
also worked in Public Relations 
and Alumni Relations, and was 
a member of the Administrative 
Committee of the college. 

He will remain on the Board 
of Advisors at Sacred Heart and 
will return for bi-annual 
meetings. 

Mr. Henry was born in 
Worchester, Massachusetts. He 
graduated from Georgetown 
University in 1955 with a 
Bachelor of Science Degree in 
philosophy. He then served in 
the Navy for three years. 




Fraternity Founded 





The honorary dramatics 
fraternity. Delta Psi Omega, held 
its founding and initiation 
ceremonies, March 24, 1969, in 
WardeHall of the Sacred Heart 
College Library. The fraternity, 
which Sacred Heart is very 
proud to be part of is the 
largest national honorary 
dramatics fraternity in the 
Uniled States. Its purpose is to 
honor in a special way those 
students in college who have 
excelled in the Dramatic Arts; 
in acting, stage craft, and in 
dedication and service to the 
Theatre. The motto of the 
fraternity is "all things well 
done." 

Those aspiring to be members 
were presented in a formal 
procession. Before giving a word 
of instruction to the aspirants, 
Mr. B. Michael Wood. Faculty 
Sponsor and Director, presented 
the charter for Chapter 246 of 
Delta Psi Omega to Sacred 
Heart College. The aspirants 
then stood and took their oath 
of membership. Those who 



received the honor of being the 
first members were: H. Daniel 
Treece, Jr., G. Starr Williams 
and Patricia Conlon. 

H. Daniel Treece, a resident 
of Belmont, is presently' a 
Junior at Belmont Abbey 
College. Mr. Treece took the 
oath of the office of President. 

G. Starr Williams, of 
Secretary, Maryland, took the 
oath of the o ffice of 
Vice-President. 

Patricia Conlon a resident of 
Port Monmouth, New Jersey 
took the oath of the office of 
Secretary-Treasurer. Both the 
Misses Williams and Conlon are 
members of the Junior Class at 
Sacred Heart College 

These students, who were 
honored at the Monday evening 
ceremonies, have worked nearly 
two thousand hours on 
production here at Sacred Heart 
College. They have also 
demonstrated a sincere devotior 
and sense of commitment to the 
Theatre. 



Orientation 
To Be Revised 



EDITORIAL STAFF 
Diane Bialkowski, Jo Fusco, Lydia Lagomas.no 



The purpose of Orientation is 
to help the Student adjust to all 
ge Life. A good 
d Orientation 
new students a 
e damage of a 
take years to 



Carol Owen 

Carolin Matters, Rose S.ram 
CONTRIBUTORS Sr , Mary 

Mickey Anselmo^^am Bernadette , onnson . 



Dee Collard, 

Sr. Mary Stephen, 



Christine 

Marv Rafferty, 

Thomas. Mr. B. Michael Wooa 

LITERARY SUPPLEMENT 

Tracy Colgan 



Sr. Mary 



ADVISOR 
Mr Sam Gray 



On March 26, 1969. Sacred Heart College presented its new 
class rings at the first annual Ring Dinner. The evening began 
with a steak dinner for the rising Seniors and the graduating 
Sophomores. Father Anthony, Chaplain, blessed the rings. This 
was followed by an address given by Sister Mary Stephen, who 
then presented the rings. 







he subject of 
came up for 
the Student 
■ nsus of opinion 
■: ity of Students 
■: n in the past 
£ ;ly too social. 
;•: -e emphasized; 
■•: riousness of 
j and the 
;$ f dorm living 



to how this 
:d include a 
mbers of the 
ttee be drawn 
ses. This will 
ross section as 
diversified 
College life 
Sophomores 



sometimes tend to be more 
concerned with being 
upperclassmen and are much too 
hard on the Freshmen. A 
mixture would help to alleviate 
this. 

Plans now being formulated 
will cut down on the social 
emphasis by limiting hazing and 
beannies to a two week period. 

Also under discussion was 
whether or not sophomores are 
ready to accept the role of Big 
Sisters. No final decisions have 
been made but the predominant 
feeling is that juniors and 
seniors should serve in this 
capacity for the freshmen and 
Sophomores. 

A recommendation was made 
that dorms be integrated with 
all four classes as a more 
effective means of insuring the 
success of our system of House 
Government. Freshmen would 
be more aware of what is 
expected of them in this area 
and it would contribute to the 
overall program of Orientation. 




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The Inspiration of an Artist -Teacher 





Patient attention to detail 



Collage by a promising young student - Sister 
Kristin 




Sacred Heart Art Department has new studios this year 



The Historic Tatum home in Belmont has 
been acquired by the Art Department. The per- 
sonalities of the teachers and the harmonious use 
of color in the furnishings make it a haven of 
beauty. 



Pottery and enameling is a popular course at Sacred Heart 
College. Mrs. George Mintich (Mrs. Mary Mintich) of Bel- 
mont is a gifted artist and a skillful instructor. She is a 
member of the staff of the Sacred Heart Art Department. 

Mrs. Mintich has a Bachelor's Degree from Indiana Uni- 
versity and she has done graduate work at the University of 
Tennessee and the University of North Carolina at Greens- 
boro. She taught at East Mecklenburg for six years. Her 
pupils in crafts have taken National Scholastic Art Awards 
for the past six years. 

Mrs. Mintich has conducted an in-service Training Class 
through the State Department of Education. These in-service 
classes were to meet the needs of teachers in the area of 
crafts. 

The National Enameling Award from Everson Museum in 
Syracuse, New York was recently awarded to Mrs. Mintich. 

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After spending the past year working with the Abingdon 
Square Painters, Inc., in New York City, a group headed by 
Mrs. Harriet Fitzgerald, nationally-known artist and lecturer, 
Sister M. Theophane has returned to her post as Head of the 
Art Department at Sacred Heart College. Sister Theophane 
will exhibit her work in an art show in McCarthy Library 
in October. 

Sister Theophane is an exhibiting member of the Guild of 
Charlotte Artists. Her students frequently have pictures on 
exhibit and many of them have won recognition in art shows. 
In recent years some of them have been selected to attend 
the Governor's School of Art at Salem College in Winston- 
Salem, North Carolina. 




Mrs. Mintich 



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Education Department is Progressing 




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Sister M. Christine, head of 
the Teacher Education Pro- 
gram at Sacred Heart College, 
is seen conversing with a group 
of freshmen at the reception 
given by the President at the 
beginning of the Fall Semes- 
ter. 

Left to right are Miss Jo- 
sephine Fusco. Sister M. 
Annette, Sister Christine, 
Misses Noel Brophy, Pat Tis- 
cheur, and Fran Kelly. 




Misses Nancy Vespoint and Connie Keene, future teachers, working with gifted 
children. Individual attention in this fashion enables students to proceed faster in 
the learning process and helps the young college student to gain confidence in her 
ability. 



Setting out for practice teaching at local schools. 



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These Leaders Have Contributed Greatly to the Developments of the past Few Decades at Sacred Heart College. 
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KENT HALL - dedicated on October 27, 1968 is the most recent addition to the Sacred Heart Campus. 




Mother Mary Benignus, Mother Genera! of the Sisters of Mercy, whose vision and forsight have pio- 
neered Campus Development. The Faculty Residence is a monument to her spiritual wisdom and 
practical expression of the same. Sister M. Stephen, President of Sacred Heart College has led the 
College through a period of steady and impressive growth in the Sixties. 





Mr. John J. Henry, Director of Develop- 
ment since 1965, has managed a very 
successful campaign. Monsignor John A. 
Rouesche represented Bishop Vincent S. 
Waters at the Kent Dedication Cere- 
monies. Monsignor Rouesche has a sister 
who is a Sister of Mercy in the Belmont 
Community, Sister M. Xavier. 



Key to accompanying map. 



Sister M. Michel, Treasurer of 
Sacred Heart College, has been a key 
person as the College moved forward 
to its present status. 



1. Entrance 

2. Convent and Novitiate (1899) 

3. Sisters' and Students Chapel (1899) 

4. Kitchen and Dining Rooms (1899 & 1928) 

5. Victory Hall, Residence Hall, Music Dept., Auditorium, and Art Rooms (1922) 

6. Pavillion (1922) 

7. Administration Bldg. (1928) 

8. Laundry Dept. (1928) 

9. Holy Angels Day Nursery (1928 and 1960) 

10. Home Economics Bldg. (1950) 

11. Alumnae Hall-Gym (1950) 

12. Tennis Courts (1954) 

13. Sacred Heart Academy Model School (1957) 

14. McAuley Residence Hall ( 1957) 

15. Mother House of Sisters of Mercy (1962) 

16. Doyle Residence Hall (1965) 

17. McCarthy Library (1965) 

18. Kent Hall (1968) 



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Standing left to right: 


Sitting: 


Maureen McDermott 


Jackie Keenan 


Lydia Lagomasino 


Missy Zier 


Janet Godwin 


Kathy Lawing 


Paula Burby 


Sybil Jenkins 


Claudia Rivas 


Jennifer Meehan 


Frontaine Jenkins 


Mary Akra 


Ro Sheehan 


Jill Weber 


Theresa Barrett 


Valerie Carolan 


Mrs. Joy Sparrow, Coach 





Melinda Monahan 
Laura Neff 




Left to right: 

Joyce Koons, Secretary 
Mickie Anselmo, Treasurer 
Irene Gary, Vice President 
President, Maureen McDermott 



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Left to right: 

Patti Johnson 
Trish Condon 

Treasurer 
Patti Mudd 
Jan Chamberlain 
Casey Colman 

Captain 
Chris Dandison 

Co-Captain 
Sherry Walker 

Secretary 
Cathy Maosha 
Vicki Zodda 
Fran Smith 



Valery Wrenn 




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Collegiates & iviajorertes: 




athletic functions 




Bottom Left: 

Carol Bianco 
Norma Hernandez 
Angie Sorrell 
Jeanie Weintrich 
Kathy Curry 
Barbara Kuhn 
Pam Fives 
Shirley Rogers 



Cindy Zodda 
Linda Fuller 
Kathy Gallagher 
Vann Hall 
Peggy Dilloway 
Beth Doyle 
Kathy Kierce 
Maureen Dever 
Middle Majorettes: 



Pat Scott 
Elaine Makatura 
Marie Ribinsky 
Cindy Smith 
Kathy Dunbar 

President 
Ronnie O'Reagan 

Vice-President 
Mary Rafferty 



Treasurer 
Sally Brunelle 

Secretary 
Judy Overbeck 

Recording Librarian 
Peg McKiever 

Recording Secretary 




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Left to right: 
Marie Trusedale 
Cathy Coye 
J ill Weber 
Glenda Rollins 

Treasurer 
Carol Owens 

Vice-President 
Pat McClements 

Secretary 
Dianne Bialkowski 

President 



Young Christian Liturgists: 

a young women's organization to plan and coordinate al 
masses and liturgical functions 




Pat McClements 


Sr. Celicia 


Sue Garvey 


Chairman 


Lydia Lagomasino 


Father Anthony Custer 


Carolyn MacWatters 


Carolyn MacWatters 


Debbie Butler 


Debbie Delp 


Sr. Pauline 


Secretary 


Janet Miller 


Rose Marie Strain 


Dianne Bialkowski 





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V^raer Oi Uiana: a young women's service organization affili 

ated with the beta chapter of tau kappa epsilon 
fraternity 




Order of Dianna 



Standing left to right: 

Ann Carbone 
Pat Rafferty 
Anne Jones 
Ronnie O'Reagan 
Barbara Kuhn 
Peg McKiever 



Shaxon O'Neil 
Laural Kelly 
Pat Tisheuar 
Dianne Klinker 
Angie Sorrell 
Mary Brugger 
Pat Easley 



Sitting: 

Chris Matajanglo 
Cathy Bulger 
Mary Paxton 
Mary Howren 
Nancy Graybeal 
Chris O'Neil 



Mary Rafferty 
Kathy Kierce 
Marilyn Dugan 
Carolyn Convey 



Mary Rafferty 

President 
Kathy Kierce 

Vice-President 
Cathy Bulger 

Secretary 
Marilyn Dugan 

Treasurer 
Shaion O'Neil 

Pledge Mistress 
Pat Tisheuar 

Historian 
Angie Sorrel 

Sergeant at Arms 




a service organization of young women affiliated 
with the n. c. lambda chapter of sigma phi epsi- 
lon fraternity 



Bottom Left: 

Patti Johnson 
Theresa Tassone 
Linda Fulwood 
Gerry Reich 
Cathy Coye 
Kathy Ornburn 
Jo Marie Volk 
Rose Marie Strain 
Janet Godwin 
Theresa Godwin 
Marti Silberhorn 
Marie DiValentine 
Misty Nunn 
Iz Johnston 
Margaret Young 
Marie Ribsinky 
Kathy Crates 
Grace Tassone 
Regina Wilson 





Theresa Godwin 

President 
Patti Johnson 

Vice-President 
Grace Tassone 

Secretary 
Ivy Nolan 

Treasurer 
Iz Johnston 

Parliamentarian 
Marti Silberhorn 

Pledge Mistress 
Miss Barbara deSimone 

Sponsor 



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International KelatlOnS: a group interested in 

international affairs 




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Left to right: Nguyen Thi Nguyet and Teresa 
Hung 



On Chairs: 

Lois Cole 
Kathy Crates 
Margarita Martin 
Marie Truesdale 
Nguyen Thi Nguyet 
Carey Kaine 
Ceci Watson 
Lucia Baltodano 
Veronica Holmann 
On floor: 
Teresa Hung 
Mary Margaret Moniz 
Susan Pendergrass 
Irma Abadia 
Margarita Martin 

President 
Kathy Crates 

Vice-President 
Lois Cole 

Secretary 
Maria Truesdale 

Treasurer 





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Sister M. Dominic, R.N. 
Resident Nurse 



Sister M. Fidelis 
Kent Hostess 



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People 




Mrs. Nora Bridges 
Administration Receptionist 




Mr. John Meskill 

Rev. John A. Rouesche, Pastor of Queen of the Apostles Church 

Miss Josephine Fusco 



Mr. George Meskill 
Book Store 



Mrs. Wall 
Doyle Hostess 



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mind expansion 

SACRED HEART COLLEGE and BELMONT 
ABBEY COLLEGE, dedicated to providing al- 
ways the finest in the arts and nuturing an 
appreciation of the cultural life, not only for their 
students but for the entire community, offer 
this year on campus and in the community one 
of the most enriching and varied programs ever 
presented in this area. We open our doors and 
say "welcome" to students and friends. Come 
and share in the richness of the arts with us. 

For the first time the two colleges join with 
the Gaston Fine Arts Council to provide a 
cultural program on the colleges' campuses, and 
in the local high schools and churches. This is 
truly a community service. 

The program of the GASTON FINE ARTS 
COUNCIL is by far the most ambitious in its 
history. 




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Double Entries 





Day Student Officers: 



Judy Rhvne 




Annette Phillips 



Melanie Bussard 



Sybil Jenkins 



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AKRA, MARY C. 
4430 Landover Dr. 
Jacksonville. Fla. 

ALVAREZ. DEN1SE E. 
Avda 8 a Este 5056 David 
Chiriqui, Republic of Panama 

ALWARD. DOROTHY 
4545 N. Lake Drive 
Sarasota. Fla. 

AMOS, PATRICIA ANN 
1115 North Harrison 
Arlington, Va. 

ANTOSEK. MARI LOUISE 
1828 Rosemont St. 
Salisbury, N. C. 




BAKER, ARLENE 
6626 Grodon Avenue 
Falls Church, Va. 

BALLADARES, RITA 
P.O. Box 956 
Managua, Nic. C.A. 

BARNETTE, THERESA ANN 
603 Fifth St. 
High Point, N.C. 

BIANCO, CAROL ANN 

14613 Island Dr. 
Jacksonville Beach, Fla. 

BONILLA, VERA VIOLETA 
292 12th St. 
Cramerton, N.C. 

BRITTON. VICTORIA VANZANDT 
2427 Mecklenburg Ave. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

BROCATO, PAMELA 
2701 East 4th St. 
Greenville, N. C. 

BROPHY, NOEL 
900 Park Ave. 
Falls Church, Va. 

BURKE. CATHERINE ANN 
312 Berwickshire Dr. 
Richmond, Va. 

BUSAM, MICHELE 
195 King Fisher 
Glendale, Ohio 




BUTLER, DEBORAH ANNE 
96 Lexington Ave. 
Central Islip, N. Y. 

BYRD, SARAH 

H.Q. U.S. Forces Supdist Hessen 

APO New York 

CALIENDO, CONCETTA ROSEMYRA 
200 Sunset Drive 
Stanley, N. C. 

CECONI, KATHARINE MARIE 
906 Fairway Drive N.E. 
Vienna, Va. 

CHAMBERLAIN, JANET 
4569 Kings Down Wy. 
Dumvoody, Ga. 

CHAPMAN, ROBERTA MARY 
347-61 Street 
Brooklyn, New York 

CLARK, ANNA 
Rt. 5, Box 902 
Asheville, N. C. 

COLE, LOIS 
P.O. Box 176 
Freetown, Sierra Leon 
West Africa 

COLETTA, IRENE 
P.O. Box 293 
Burnsville, N. C. 

COLLIER, CATHERINE 
6811 Kemp St. 
Charlotte. N. C. 

COMAN, KATHLEEN 
842 Upper Main St. 
So. Amboy, N. J. 

CONDON, PATRICIA 
738 Jim Isle Dr. 
Charleston, S.C. 

CONNELLY, VIRGINIA 
4600 Duke St. 
Apt. 1206 
Alexandria, Va. 

COOK, MARGARET 
7813 Bay Springs Rd. 
Columbia, S. C. 

COOK, SUSAN 
66 Poplar St. 
West Hempstead 



COYE, KATHLEEN 
1337 Northcliffe Rd. 
Syracuse, N. Y. 

CRAFT. JANICE 
413 South Main St. 
Sumter, S. C. 

MRS. LINDA CRAWFORD 
1708 Findlay St. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

DANDISON, CRIS 
529 S. Ellis St. 
Salisbury, N. C. 

DAVIS, SUSAN 

38 Spring Hallow Rd. 

Centerpart, N. Y. 

DeBERNARD, KATHY 

965 North Lebanon St. 
Arlington, Va. 

DELANEY, MONAHAN 
3401 Sandon Place 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

DelaVERGNE, RUTH 
406 John Marshall Dr. 
Vienna, Va. 



DENT, MOLLIE 
206 Carlisle Ave. 
St. Matthews, S. C. 

DERDA, DIANNE 
1618 Rhem Ave. 
New Bern, N. C. 

DILLOWAY, PEGGY 
501 Seven Oaks Dr. 
Greenville, S. C. 

DISDIER, ANNE MARIE 
4012 Saul Rd. 
Kinsington, Maryland 

DiVALENTINE, MARIE 
2414 Chestnut Ave. 
Falls Church, Va. 

DONEGAN, SHARON 
6128 N. 35 St. 
Arlington, Va. 

DONOVAN, KATHY 
24 Pine Tree Rd. 
Toms River, N. J. 




DOWNS, ALICE 
3040 Dogwood St. 
Wash., D. C. 

DOYLE, BETH 

2215 Lamberton Rd. 
Cleveland Hts., Ohio 

DREHER, CELINE 
109 Salter St. 
Springfield, N. J. 

DUGAN. MARY ANN 
1818 Coleman St. 
Bklyn., N.Y. 

DUNN, MADELEINE 
1102 Magnolia PL 
Wilmington, N. C. 

EVANCHO, BRIDGET 
1500 Oak Grove Dr. 
Richmond, Va. 

FARFOUR, HELEN 
424 Alexander Ave. 
Morgantown, N. C. 

FARRIS, KATHY 
P.O. Box 513 
Elizabethtown, N. C. 

FARRIS, LINDA 
807 W. Vance St. 
Wilson, N. C. 

FERGER, FRANCES 
4816 Wrightsville Ave. 
Wilmington, N. C. 

FINLEY, JUDY 
1617 Davis Park Rd. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

FOWLER, JESSICA 
316 South Fulton St. 
Salisbury, N. C. 

FULLER, VALERIA 
6109 Poindexter Lane 
Rockville, Maryland 

FULTON, CHRISTINE 
269 Crepe Myrtle Circle 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



FULWOOD, LINDA 
Route 1, Box 33 
Charlotte, N. C. 

FURCELLO, LINDA 
4644 Wilburn Dr. 
S. Euclid, Ohio 

GALLEN, EILEEN 
Box 249 
Marion, N. C. 

GEIB, FRANCINE 
21349 Cromwell Ave. 
Fairview Pk., Cleveland, Ohio 

GOERGE, ROESEMARY 
5921 North 35th St. 
Arlington, Va. 

GHOSN, JEAN 
1423 Coventry Rd. 
High Point, N. C. 

GODWIN, JANET 
Route 2 
Benson, N. C. 

GRASBERGER, SHARON 
347 West Delaware Ave. 
Southern Pines, N. C. 

GRONER, CAROL 
297 South Point Rd. 
Belmont, N. C. 

GUAGLIARDO, LYNDA 
158 West Davis Rd. 
Tampa, Fla. 

GUIN, MARGARET 

Box 826 

Mount Holly, N. C. 

HALL, VANN 
1927 Henderson St. 
Columbia, S. C. 



HARDING, GRACE 
112 N. Central Ave. 
Belmont, N. C. 

HARRINGTON, MAUREEN 
2300 Winder St. 
Vienna, Va. 

HASSON, SELVA 
525 W. Wilkinson Blvd. 
Belmont, N. C. 

HAYES, RITA 
13123 Cedar Rd. 
Cleveland Heights, Ohio 

HENRY, KAREN 
11422 Schuylkill Rd. 
Rockville, Maryland 

HENDERSON, MARTHA 
140 W. Mt. View Ave. 
Greenville, S. C. 

HILL, JANICE 
217 Ferstl Ave. 
Belmont, N. C. 

HOELZEL, SUSAN 
838 Travers Lane 
Flossmoor, 111. 



HOLMANN, VERONICA 
San Juan Del Sur 
Nicaragua, C. A. 

HOWDLE, MEREDITH 
620 Tuckaseegee Rd. 
Mt. Holly, N. C. 

HUNG, TERESA 
102-112 Lockard Rd. 
3rd fioot. Flat E 
Wanchai, Hong Kong 

IRISH, PAT 
209 Windsor Ave. 
Haddonfield, N. J. 

JENKINS, FRONTAINE 
1131 Hopkins 
Augusta, Ga. 

JENKINS, THERESA 
Box 61 

Wilkinson Blvd. 
Charlotte. N. C. 

JOHNSTON, ISABEL 
129 W. Evesham Ave. 
Ashland, N. J. 

JONES, FRANCES 
16632 Alden Ave. 
Gaithersburg, Maryland 

JONES, SHERIAN 
713 Penniman Rd. 
Williamsburg, Va. 

JONES, SHEILA 
1712 N. Main St. 
Mt. Holly, N. C. 

KAINE, CLAUDIA 

848 J. Ave. 
Coronado, Calif. 

KEATON, KAREN 
742 Forest St. 
Concord, N. C. 

KEEHNER, ROESEMARY 

Zukunftsweg 19 

5322 Villiprott Bei 

Bad Godesburg, W. Germany 

KEENAN, SUZANNE 
30 Emerson St. 
Yonkers, N. Y. 







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KERNER, PAMELA 
136 Linden St. 
Ridgewood, N. J. 

KING, CATHY 
1108 Concord Ave. 
Monroe, N. C. 

KIRK, CATHY 
717 W. Council St. 
Salisbury, N. C. 

KIRK, MAUREEN 
108 Coolidge Ave. 
Pailin, N. J. 

KISER, ROXANNE 
2811 Dorchester PI. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

KNAPP, ROBERTA 
7519 Fairwood Lane 
Falls Church, Va. 

KOELLER, MARY 
Old Brookside Rd. 
Mt. Freedom, N. J. 

KRAMPA, JANICE 
436 Myrtle Ave. 
Garwood, N. J. 

LARGE, ELIZABETH 
2500 Lakewood Rd. 
Manosquan, N. J. 

LAWING, KATHY 
229 W. Catawba Ave. 
Mt. Holly, N. C. 

LEE, AMY 
9418Camrose Rd. 
Richmond, Va. 

LENIO, JANET 
3108 LaendaleDr. 
Greensboro, N. C. 

LINEBERGER, SALLY 

Route 1 

Bessemer City, N. C. 

LONERGAN, BARBARA 
4372 Katonah Ave. 
Woodlawn, N. Y. 



LOWE, MARLENE 
107 Fite Rd. 
Belmont, N. C. 

LYNCH, BARBARA 
Oldtown Crossing 
Southampton, N. Y. 

LYONS, JEANNE 
3 Ellsworth Ave. 
Morristown, N. J. 

MAKATURA, ELAINE 
Box 75 
ButtzviUe, N. J. 

MANLEY, NANCY 
2029 N. Ware Dr. 
West Palm Bch., Fla. 

MAOSHA, CATHY 

204 Wakefield Rd. 
Richmond, Va. 

MARTIN, BARBARA 
217 Stonewall Rd. 
Salisbury, N. C. 

McALEAVY, MARY 
105242 St. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

McARVER, ELEANOR 
814 Carolina Ave. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

Mcdonald, jeanne 

907 Madison Lane 
Falls Church, Va. 

McFADDEN, ANN 
275 Mercer St. 
Phillipsburg, N. J. 

McGOLDRICK, MARY 

7 146 Crittenden St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

McNAMARA, MARY 
9720 Byeforde Rd. 
Kensington, Maryland 

McWATTERS, CAROLYN 

205 Shore Drive 
Havelock, N. C. 



MICHAEL, DENISE 
615 Samspon St. 
Raleigh, N. C. 

MILLER, JANET 

455 St. Johns St. 
Central Islip, N. Y. 

MITCHEM, BRENDA 

804 N. Main St. 
Lowell, N. C. 

MITCHEM, LINDA 

804 N. Main St. 
Lowell, N. C. 

MONIZ, MARY 
1 N. Rd., Bourda 
Georgetown, Guyana 

MORRIS, NANCY 
6 McCuIlough PI. 
Norwood, N. C. 

MUDD, PAT 

Box 104 

La Plata, Maryland 

MURPHY, KATHY 
1657 Hannington Ave. 
Wantagh, N. Y. 

NASSEF, SHARON 

805 Pine Tree Dr. 
New Bern, N. C. 

NEFF, LAURA 
1053 Maplecliff 
Lakewood, Ohio 

NELLIS, CHRIS 
32 Spencer Dr. 
Middletown, Conn. 

NGUYEN THI NGUYET 
24 Phan Chau Trinh Gia Dinh 
Viet Nam 

NICHOLS, CATHY 

153 N. Main St. 
Mt. Airy, N. C. 

NOLAN, CAROLYN 
1150 Arbor Rd. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

O'BRIEN, PAT 
8150 Lakecrest Dr. 
Greenbelt, Maryland 




O'CONNOR, CATHY 

Catholic Orphanage 
Raleigh, N. C. 

OLSEN, ANNE 
6204-26th Rd. N. 
Arlington, Va. 

PALANK, CYNTHIA 
11411 Toulone Dr. 
Potomac, Maryland 

PARR, SYLVIA 
70 Ranlo Ave. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

PAYNE, BARBARA 
6403 Teresa Ave. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

PENDERGRASS, SUSAN 
218 Banks Ave. 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

PERNELL, MARGUERITE 
1132 Newport Rd. 
Macon, Ga. 

PHILLIPS, SHIELA 
532 Brooklyn St. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

PLESKA. MARY 
718 Churchill Dr. 
Chas., Wt. Va. 

PORZEL, MARIE 
500 HiUwood Ave. 
Falls Church, Va. 

PROCACCI, MARIA 

4424 Baker Ave. 
Penngaoken, N. J. 

RAFFERTY, RODIE 

137-11 75 Rd. 

Ken Garden Hills, N. Y. 

RATHBORN, GAY 

807 Plum St. 
Vienna, Va. 

RHYNE, JUDY 
310 Perfection Ave. 
Belmont, N. C. 

RILEY, CYNTHIA 
R. 2, Box 449 
Berlin, N. J. 




RINESH, PENNY 
4937 Charmapeg Ave. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

RIVAS, CLAUDIA 
P.O. Box 241 

Managua, Nicaragua 

ROSSI, CHRIS 
200 HiUcrest Td. 
New Bern, N. C. 

RUSSELL, ELLIN 
457 Marlbridge Rd. 
Roesemont, Pa. 

SBROCCO, JESSICA 
607 Doris Ave. 
Jacksonville, N. C. 

SCHOLLY, ELAINE 
2703 Smithcreek Rd. 
Augusta, Ga. 

SCOTT, PAT 

102 Bunche Dr. 
Williamsburg, Va. 

SEALEY, KIM 

902 E. Graham. Ext. 

Shelby, N. C. 

SHEARER, ELLEN 
4710 Marlanka Lane 
S. Charleston, W. Va. 

SHEEHAN, ROSEMARY 
17021 Amber Dr. 
Cleveland, Ohio 

SIMONS, TERESA 
Chancery Lane, Quinley 
Florence, S. C. 

WHITE, SHEILA 
416 Belton Ave. 
Mt. Holly, N. C. 

SMITH, BARBARA 
3287 Woodrow Way 
Atlanta, Ga. 

SMITH, CYNTHIA 
122 Edgeview Lane 
Rochester, N. Y. 

SMITH, FRANCES 
2035 E. 36th St. 
Bklyn., N. Y. 

SMITH, JANET 
134 W. Glendale Ave. 
Mt. Holly, N. C. 

SMYTH, DEBBY 
1216 S. Buchanan St. 
Arlington, Va. 

SOSA, OLGA 
Box 7302 Panama 
Panama, Panama 

SOVA, CAROLYN 
1514 Mintz Ave. 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

SPENCER, FLORENCE 
633 Carolina Ave. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

STRAIN, ROSE MARIE 
Rt. 2, Box 508 
Hubert, N. C. 




STUTTZ, BECKY 
1219 Monroe Dr. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

SUTHERLAND, MARY 
Rt. 5 Camp Rd. 
Greenville, S. C. 

TATU, JANET 
319 Temple Blvd. 
Palmyra, N. J. 

TRUESDALE, MARIE 
Rt. 1 
Westville, S. C. 

UNDERWOOD, LEONA 
215 Johnston Dr. 
Belmont, N. C. 

VASI, MARY 

45 1 1 Clearbrook Lane 

Kensington, Md. 

VIGILANTE, DONNA 
418 Portia St. 
S. Amboy.N. J. 

WALKER, LYNN 
5117 Wessling Lane 
Bethesda, Maryland 

WALKER, SHERRI 
9720 Carriage Rd. 
Kensington, Md. 

WAMSLEY, ANNE 
143 Commodore Dr. 
Norfolk, Va. 

WARD, CHRIS 
931 Heather Lane 
Charlotte, N. C. 

WATSON. CECILIA 
Box 224 Balboa Heights 
Canal Zone, Panama 

WEBER, JILL 
215 Hillside Ave. 
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

WEIDLEIN, PAT 
Dover Farm 
Middlcburg, Va. 



WELDEN. KATHY 
2072 Parkway Dr. 
Charleston, S. C. 

WESCOTT, THERESE 

1928 Buckner St. 
Petersburg, Va. 

WHEELER, ANGIE 
36 E. Woodrow Ave. 
Belmont, N. C. 

WHITE, IRNESTENE 
311 S. Main St. 
Belmont, N. C. 

WILHELM, JUDY 
Rt. 1, Box 309 
Belmont, N. C. 

WILSON, CAROLE 

31 East Woodrow Ave. 
Gastonia, N. C. 



ABADIA, ESTELLE 
Inter-American Way 
P.O. Box 21 
David. Panama 

ABRAM, CONNIE 
108 Oak Trail, Apt. 1 
Belmont, N. C. 

ALLEN, CANDACEM. 
617 South Main St. 
Stanley, N. C. 



WINTERICH, JANE 
2564 Euclid Heights Blvd. 
Cleveland Heights, Ohio 

WOLF, JEANNE 
61 Coulart Ave. 
Managuan, N. J. 

WOOD. KATHY 
3416 Bradford Rd. 
Cleveland Heights. Ohio 

YOUNG, MARGARET 
Rt. 1, Box 278 
Lake City, Fla. 

ZODDA, VICKI 

202 Anne Buiras Lane 

Newport News, Va. 




Sophomore Index 




ANSELM, MICHELE E. 
4205 Bel-Pre Rd. 
Rockville. Md. 

ARENA, REGINA 
1403 Woodburn Rd. 
Durham, N. C. 

ARNOLD, ELIZABETH 
1 1 Weaver Drive 
Williamston, N. C. 

BALTODANO, LUCIA 
Calla la Ceiba - Bolonia 
Managua - Nicarague 

BARTELLE, SHIRLEY 
409 High Hampton Rd. 
Florence, S. C. 

BRADLEY. BARBARAS. 
60 Greenbriar Dr. 
Deerfield. 111. 

BROWN. ANDI 
898 Greenville Hwy. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 

BRUGGER, MARY 
124 N. Galveston St. 
Arlington, Va. 

BURBY, PAULA M. 
2606 East Overlook Rd. 
Cleveland Hts., Ohio 

BURLESON, AVA GALE 
926 E. 8th Ave. 
Gastonia. N. C. 

BUSSARD, MELANIES. 
Rural Delivery Box 180A 
Gastonia, N. C. 

CARBONE, ANN C. 
2313 Weymouth Ct. 
Raleigh, N. C. 

CAROLAN, VALERIE 
33 Franklin Road 
Denville, New Jersey 



CAULFIELD, ADELE 
116 Cedarwood Trail 
High Point. N. C. 

COLEMAN, KATHLEEN 
19 Lyncrest Rd. 
Peekskill, N. Y. 

COLLA, EDITH 
1171 Southeast Ave. 
Vineland, N. C. 

CONVEY, CAROLYN 
1420 Lilac Road 
Charlotte, N. C. 

COON, MICHELLE 

5 Swallow Hill Rd. 
Wilmington, Del. 

COWAN, KATHY H. 

104 Bak Ave. 

St. Augustine, Fla. 

DANER, SANDRA 
Highland Rd. 
Richmond, Va. 

d'EPAGNIER, MICHELE 
14201 Dotley Rd. 
Silver Spring, Md. 

DEVER. MAUREEN 
26991 Forestview Ave. 
Euclid. Ohio 

DUGAN, MARILYNN 
7015 Sea Cliff Road 
McLean, Va. 

DUNBAR, CATHERINE 
3931 S. Sixth St. 
Arlington, Virginia 

EASLEY, PATRICIA 
389 Lovell Ave. 
Broomall, Penn. 

ELLIS, BRENDA ANN 
3511 Forest Hill Ave. 
Roanoke, Va. 

FARACE, MARY JANE 
119Ferncliff Dr. 
Williamsburg, Va. 




FLOWERS, KANDY 
106 Burton Hills 
Gastonia, N. C. 

FULLER, BARBARA 
201 Rebhohn Drive 
Camillus, N. Y. 

FULLER, MARILYN 
912 East 14th St. 
Greenville. N. C. 



HOLZHEIMER, MARY 
7460 Shelburne 
Cleveland Heights, Ohio 

JONES, ANNE BROOKS 
16632 Alden Ave. 
Gaithersburg, Md. 

JORDAN, KATHLEEN 
18878 Canyon Rd. 
Cleveland, Ohio 

GUMATOOTAO, SR. CARMELITA 

Sacred Heart Novitiate 
Belmont, North Carolina 

HALL, SUSANS. 

47 Temple Circle-Orange Manor 

Winter Haven, Florida 

HARBIN, SHERRILL 
Belle Meade 
Greenwood, S. C. 

HARVEY, JACQUELINE 
4609 Holly Rd. 
Virginia Bch., Va. 

HAWKINS, CATHERINE 
1129 Seweickley Dr. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

HERMAN, MARY 
1336 Westbrook Cir. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

HERNANDEZ, NORMA 
153 Lafayette Place 
Peekskill, N. Y. 



KELLY, KAREN ANN 
Route 3, Box 61 Florden 
Charlottesville, Va. 

KELLY, LAUREL ANN 
7115 Plantation Lane 
Rockville, Md. 

KENDRICK, PRICILLA 
520 Torrence Dr. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

KIER, KATHRYN 
1900 Barge Court 
McLean, Va. 

KLINKER, DIANE M. 
4725 Pickett.Rd. 
Fairfax, Va. 

KEENS, JOYCE 
6419 Shady Lane 
Falls Church, Va. 

KOPECKE, KAREN 
15 Benenshire Terrace 
West Orange, N. J. 

KUHN, BARBARA 
411 Dogwood Lane 
Newtown Square, Penna. 

KUHN, KAREN 
44 Chestnut St. 
Murray Hill. N. J. 

LA VERY, PATRICIA E. 
235 New Hyde Park Rd. 
Garden City, N. Y. 



FULLER, MARY 

200 West Bessemer Ave. 

Greensboro, N. C. 



HILKER, CAROLYN 
Box 630 
Belmont, N. C. 



GALLAGHER, KATHLEEN 
7212 Dungan Road 
Philadelphia, Penn. 



HOVIS, REGINA M. 
117 Oak Trail 
Belmont, N. C. 



GARDNER, CYNTHIA 
6920 Columbia Drive 
Alexandria, Vir. 



HOWREN.MARY 
1331 Abbey Place 
Charlotte, N. C. 



GARVEY, SUSAN 
76 Taymil Rd. 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 



HUG. SUSAN 
208 Sunset Drive 
Cumberland, Maryland 



GARY, IRENE 
805 Carriage Court 
Augusta, Georgia 



HUTTON, KENDRA 
P. O. Box 1903 
Williamsburg, Va. 



GEORGE, ANNETTE 
310 Fudge St. 
Covington, Vir. 



JENKINS, CYNTHIA 
Route 1, Box 259 
Bessemer City, N.C. 



GLOD, PAULA 

7214 Normandy Lane 
Falls Church. Va. 



JENNINGS, FRAN 
200 Hilltop Drive 
Alexandria, Va. 



GODWIN. THERESA 
Route 2 
Benson, N. C. 



JOHNSON, JAYNE 
Rt. 3, Box 417 
Spring Valley, S. C. 



GRADY, NINA 
186 Plum St. 
Chillicothe, Ohio 



JOHNSON, PATRICIA 
466 Monroe Ave. 
Westwood, N. J. 



GRAYBEAL, NANCY 
202 Center Street 
Morganton, N. C. 



JONES, SUSAN 
1005 Main St. 
Lowell, N. C. 




LINDENSCHMIDT. DEBBY 
1532 Parmele Dr. 
Wilmington, N. C. 

LINK. SUZANNE 
6030 Tuckaseegee Rd. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

LOZUPONE. LAURA 

2520 32 St. SE 
Washington. D. C. 

LYNCH, HELEN 
1015 Bluebird Ave. 
Miami Springs. Florida 
MacDONOUGH, SUSAN M. 
1151 Strong Ave. 
Elkhart, Indiana 

MAGEE, MARY THERESA 
839 Sheldon Rd. 
Charleston, S. C. 

MARKHAM, MARY ALICE 
96 Higbie Lane 
West Islip. N. Y. 

MARKS, ADELE M. 
4920 Eariston Dr. 
Chevy Chase, Md. 

MARTIN, MARGARITA 

Western State Hospital 
Bolivar, Tennessee 

MATARANGLE, KHRISTINE 
543 Woodland Ave. 
South Amboy, N. J. 

MEEHAN, JENNIFER ANNE 
10612 Eastwood Ave. 
Silver Spring, Md. 

MENDEZ, GUIBELC. 
Uruguay St. No. la 24 
Panama, Republic of Panama 

McFADYEN, JAN 
Grace Valley Road 
Butler, N. J. 

McFARLAND, PAULA 
2253 Hunter Mill Road 
Vienna, Va. 

McGINTY, EILEEN 
17616 Naragansett Ave. 
Lakewood. Ohio 

McKIERNAN, KATHLEEN M. 
2806 North Somerset St. 
Arlington, Va. 



McKIEVER, MARGARET 
603 Greenbriar Dr. 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

MOIR, AGNES DAY 

Woodcrest 
Gates Mills, Ohio 

MULLANEY, TRISH 
559 East 29th St. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

NICHOLS, PAMELA 
419 Worth St. 
Asheboro, N. C 

NIVENS, SANDRA LEE 
508 Carl St. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

NOLAN, NANCY L. 
1198SW7thSt. 
Boca Raton, Florida 

NUNN, MARTHA 

Box 246 

White Stone, Va. 

O'NEIL, SHARON 
7204 Blacklock Rd. 
Bethesda. Maryland 

O'REGAN, VERONICA 
236 Whaley St. 
Freeport Ld., N. Y. 

ORNBURN, KATHLEEN 
232 Noland St. 
Falls Church, Va. 



OVERBECK.JUDY 
1909 Albany Ave. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

PAOL1LLO, ADRIENNE 
556 East 4th St. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

PAXTON. MARY 
1224 Earnestine St. 
McLean, Va. 

PHILLIPS, ANNETTE 
Route 4, Box 477 
Southwood Drive 
Gastonia, N. C. 

PRESCOTT. PATRICIA 
172 North Third St. 
Newark, N. J. 

RAFFERTY.PAT 
620 Holly St. 
Asheboro, N. C. 

RAMERE, MARIA ANNE 
7 Hillcrest Dr. 
York. S. C. 

REICH, GERARDINE 
111 Grassmere Ave. 
Interlaken. N. J. 

RHYNE, DEBORAH ANN 
225 Ridge Lane 
Gastonia. N. C. 

RIBINSKY, MARIE 
2 Adelphi Court 
Edison, New Jersey 

RICE. SUSAN 
629 Magnolia St. 
New Llane, La. 

RINKER, ANNA 
10 Arline Drive 
Newport News, Va. 

RODGERS. SHIRLEY 
970 Oceanview Rd. Rt. 17 
Charleston, S. C. 

ROLLINS. GLENDA ANN 
224 Rock Street 
Rock Hill, S. C. 

SELFRIDGE, ANN 
2812 Nightingale Rd. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




SILBERHORN, MARTHA 
3005 Holly St. 
Alexandria, Va. 

SMALL, CARROLL 

Rt. 14, Box 414 Strath Rd. 
Richmond, Va. 

SORELL, ANGELA 
153 N. Columbus St. 
Arlington, Va. 

STEARNS, CAROLYN 
3702 Brandywine Dr. 
Greensboro, N. C. 

STOREY, SANDRA 
119 Georgia Belle Ave. 
Belmont, N. C. 

STEWART, MARY JOYCE 
Rt. 5. Box 940 L 
Charlotte, N. C. 

STOWE, KATHY 
13 Tucker St. 
Belmont, N. C. 

TASSONE, GRACE 
1220 Selva Marina Cir. 
Atlantic Bell., Fla. 

TASSONE, THERESA 
1220 Selva Marina Cir. 
Atlantic Bch., Fla. 

TIRONE, JOANNE 
719 E. 55th St. 
Savannah, Ga. 



TISHEUAR, PATRICIA 
3908 Beverly Hills Dr. 
High Point, N. C. 

VALLEE, SANDY 
4313 West 215th St. 
Fairview Park, Ohio 

VOLK, JO MARIE 
50 Brook St. 
Bergenfield, N. J. 

WANNER, MARY ANN 
4010 N.E. 23rd Ave. 
Pompano Bch., Fla. 

WEBB, DOTTIE 
305 Pine Ridge Dr. 
High Point, N. C. 

WHITNER, MARLENE 
302 North St. 
Belmont, N. C. 

WILLIAMS, PAULETTE 
Sacred Heart Convent 
Belmont, N. C. 

WILSON, REGINA 
Box 249 Rt. 1 
Belmont, N. C. 

WRENN, VALERY 
2854 Sharon Road 
Charlotte, N. C. 

ZWART, CHRISTINA 
68 Market St. 
Ellenville, N. Y. 



Junior Index 



BAYNE, MRS. ALICE 
409 North St. 
Belmont, N. C. 

BINGHAM, SHERRY 
Rt. 2 Requa Rd. 
Cherryville, N. C. 

BORUM, DEBORAH 
383 Valley Brook Drive 
Atlanta, Georgia 

BOURNE, PAMELA 
118 Glover Ave. 
Yonkers, N. Y. 

BOWLING, KRISTINE 
6320 Beryl Rd. 
Alexandria, Va. 

BOYKIN, DELORES 

712 Chesnut St. 
Camden, S. C. 

BUCKNER.JANEC. 

206 Mingers St. 
Belmont, N. C. 

CRATES, KATHY 
1309 Lilac Rd. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

BRADLEY, PATRICIA 
4464 W. 194 St. 
Fairview Park, Ohio 



BRUNELLE, SALLY 
103 Chestnut St. 
Swansboro, N. C. 

BRUNO. BARBARA 
2 Catskill Ave. 
Yonkers, N. Y. 

BULGER, CATHERINE 
68 Avondale St. 
Valley Stream, N. Y. 

BYRD, MARGARET L. 

H.Q. U.S. Forces Supdist Hessen 

APO, N. Y. 

CAPONE, PATRICIA 
40 North Missouri Ave. 
Atlantic City, N. J. 

COLGAN, TRACY 
6026 Edgewood Terr. 
Alexandria, Va. 

SR. CAROLYN MARY COLL 
Sacred Heart Convent 
Belmont, N. C. 

COLLARD, O'DELLM. 
26 Rexford Dr. 
Denbigh, Virginia 

COMAN, MARY ANN 
842 Upper Main St. 
S. Amboy.N. J. 




BREAREY, CAROLINE D. 
Rt. 1, Box 202 
Newport, N. C. 

BRENNAN, KATHLEEN 
1804 Laurel Terrace 
South Belmar, N. J. 



CONLON, PATRICIA B. 
56 Michigan Ave. 
Port Manmouth, N. J. 

CONNELLY, KATHY 
111 Coleman Rd. 
Winter Haven, Fla. 



COX, PAMELA ANNE 

Veterans Hospital Qt. 5 
Providence, R. I. 



JENKINS, SYBIL 

Wilkinson Blvd. Box 61 
Cramerton, N. C. 



P* 







CUMBIA, JUDITH ANN 
1123 Courtland Ave. 
Florence, S. C. 

CUMMINGS, CATHY 
5663 Club Lane 
Roanoke, Va. 

CURRY, KATHLEEN E. 
20 Essex Court 
Freeport, N. Y. 

DERRYBERRY, CAROL 
7925 Greeley Blvd. 
Springfield, Va. 

DEZZUTTE, SR. MICHELLE 

Sacred Heart Convent 
Belmont, N. C. 

DIXON, GILDA POPE 
2018 Country Club Road 
Gastonia, N. C. 

DUANE, MICHELE 
93 Smith St. 
Charleston, S. C. 

DUVAL, JOAN 

Sacred Heart Convent 
Belmont, N. C. 

ERTS, VIRGINIA 
19 Broad St. 
Fishkill, N. Y. 

FIVES, PAMELA 
15 McKinley Dr. 
Newport News, Va. 

FORD, ALICE 

114 South Central Ave. 

Belmont, North Carolina 

FULLER, LINDA 
6109 Poindexter Lane 
Rockville, Maryland 

FUSCO, JOSEPHINE 
145-38 17th Ave. 
Whitestone, N. Y. 



JENKINS, SYLVIA 
1131 Hopkins St. 
Augusta, Ga. 

JOHNSON, BERNADETTE 
219 St. James 
Georgetown, S. C. 

JOHNSON, THEODOSIA C. 
Route 2, Newsom 
Hartsville, S. C. 

KAINE, CAREY J. 
848 J. Ave. 
Coronado, California 

KEEFE, DOROTHY 
5307 Emerson Dr. 
Raleigh, N. C. 

KEENAN, JACQUELINE 
30 Emerson St. 
Yonkers, N. Y. 

KEENE, CONNIE 
7104 Linda Lake Dr. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

KEENER, MRS. RITA 
624 State St. 
Lincolnton, N. C. 

KELLY, KATHLEEN 
29 Cherry St. 
Lebanon, N. J. 

K1ERCE, KATHLEEN 
501 Third Ave. 
Spring Lake, N. J. 

KIRBY, JACQUELINE 
101 Falls Street 
Morganton, N. C. 

KLINE, LUCIE ANN 
5400 North 27th Rd. 
Arlington, Va. 

KOCH, RUTH ANN 
609 Bendermere Ave. 
Interlaken, N. J. 




GUNTER, GERALDINE 
1517 East Forbes Rd. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

HAMRICK, MRS. HELEN 
213 South Rexford Rd. 
Kings Mountain, N. C. 

HARDING, CHERIER. 
112 North Central Ave. 
Belmont, N. C. 

HARRIS, MARY J. 
12 Vandalia St. 
West Asheville, N. C. 

HAWKS, TINA 

405 South Church St. 

Lowell, N. C. 



KONCUL, CATHERINE 
1407 East 41 St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

LAGOMASINO, LYDIA 
22 Shepherd St. 
Raleigh, N. C. 

LANGSTON, BONNIE 
R.D. Hampton 
New Jersey 

LEWIS, MERIWETHER 
P.O. Box 242 
Stanley, N. C. 

LINEBERGER, MRS. BEVERLY 
Route 3, New Hope Rd. 
Gastonia, N. C. 



HOLT, ELIZABETH ANN 
19 Ridgwood Dr. 
Staunton, Va. 



LINEBERGER, JANICE 

Route 2, Box 87 
Gastonia, N. C. 



JACKSON, ALEXIS A. 
1516 S. BraddockSt. 
Winchester, Va. 



LOFTIN, NANCY 
502 West Church St. 
Dallas, N. C. 




MacCLEMENTS, PATRICIA 

1837 Maryland Ave. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

MARTIN, SUE 
367 Colgate Ave. 
Elyria, Ohio 

MAYER, ANNE 
9005 Greylock St. 
Alexandria, Va. 

McCarthy, ina Bridget 

1102 South Melton Ave. 
Lakeland, Fla. 

McCOURY.TNELLIA 
Route 1, Box 210 
Newland, N. C. 

McCUNE, MAUREEN 
152 Berriman St. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

McDANIEL, BARBARA 
Route 1, Box 440-0 
Orangeburg, S. C. 

McDERMOTT, MAUREEN 
62 Belmont Ave. 
Yonkers, N. Y. 

MEDICA, JANE 

1 166 CLrclewood Drive 

Charlotte, N. C. 

MICHAEL, MRS. HAZEL 
202 Lome St. 
Mt. Holly, N. C. 

MOOSE, PAULA 
2206 Woodrow St. 
Durham, N. C. 

MORTON, KATHLEEN 
616 Beverly Dr. 
Alexandria, Va. 

MOUNTCASTLE, SR. KRISTIN 
Sacred Heart Convent 
Belmont, N. C. 

MULVEY, PATRICIA 
6 Merrick Close 
Yonkers, N. Y. 

NOLAN, IVY ELLEN 
4 Paula Dr. 
Charleston, S. C. 

NOLAN, MRS. MARTHA 
2409 Crestview 
Gastonia, N. C. 

O'NEIL, CHRISTINE 

7204 Blacklock Rd. 
Bethesda, Maryland 



20 Galloway Lane 
Valhalla, N. Y. 

PATILLO, SANDRA 
3705 Mudlick Rd. 
Roanoke, Va. 

PEREZ, SR. MONICA 
Sacred Heart Convent 
Belmont, N. C. 

PHILLIPS, MARCIA 
108 S. Ransom St. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

PLANTER, RUTH 

Route 4, Box 527 
Florence, S. C. 

POWERS, MARGARET 
723 Dongan Ave. 
Scotia, N. Y. 

PRITCHARD, PAULA 
3829 E. Surrey Court 
Rocky River, Ohio 

RABANO, EVELYN 
5407 Dairy Dr. 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

RAFFERTY, MARY 
137-11 75th Rd. 
New York, N. Y. 

RANKIN, GWENDOLYN 
710 Martha Ave. 
Lowell, N. C. 

RANKIN, KATHLEEN 
1305 Nightengale Rd. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

RATCHFORD, JANE 
Rt. 3, Wilson Rd. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

RATCHFORD, JANE BLAIR 
Rt. 3, Wilson Rd. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

RAXTER, GLENDA FAYE 
603 W. 19th Ave. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

RECTOR, EVELYN S. 
709 Home Trail 
Gastonia, N. C. 

REED, MRS. DOROTHY 
317 Dublin Ct. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

ROARTY, MARY ANN 
Box 8 Lennoxville Rd. 
Beaufort, N. C. 

ROBERTSON, ELAINE L. 
6109 Wiemett Rd. 
Bethesda, Maryland 

ROBINSON, KAREN 
58 Prospect St. 
Huntington, N. Y. 

RYAN, LINDA LEE 
3733 Wedgefield Ave. 
Norfolk, Va. 

SCARTOZZI, NANCY 
412 Old Lancaster Rd. 
Berwyn, Pa. 

SCHMIDT, SR. ANTONETTE 
Sacred Heart Convent 
Belmont, N. C. 

SERA, MANCY MARIA 
11422 Rakeley 
Kensington, Maryland 

SHIVER, REBECCA 
701 South Fourteenth St. 
Bessemer City, N. C. 



24 Roberts Cr. 
Syosset, N. Y. 

STONE, CHERYL ELAINE 
2 Hoyle PI. 
Fort Bragg, N. C. 

STRAEHLE, PATRICIA 
128CatskiU Ave. 
Yonkers, N. Y. 

TERRES, SARA F. 
Box 11 

Dallas, N. C. 

THIEL, BARBARA 
3287 W. 165 St. 
Celveland, Ohio 

TROUBLEFIELD, ANN 
Rt. 1, Box 67 
Faison, N. C. 

TRULIO, SUSAN 
76 Revolutionary Rd. 
Ossining, N. Y. 

VESPOINT, NANCY E. 
Box 399 Sharonbrook Dr. 
Pineville, N. C. 

VITKUS, MARYANN 
1 100 McDowell Dr. 
Greensboro, N. C. 

WALL, PHYLLIS S. 

2325 Union Rd. 
Gastonia, N. C. 

WALSH, MARGARET 
24 Race Place 
Oakdale, N. Y. 

WATTS, MRS. DIANE 
9 Crest St. 
Belmont, N. C. 

WILLIAMS, STARR 
Sunnyside 
Secretary, Md. 

WILLIS, CELIA ELIZABETH 
Rt. 4, Box 81 
New Bern, N. C. 

WRIGHT, ALICE FAYE 
1106 Ramsey St. 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

ZEIER, DOROTHEA 
157 Poe Road 
Princeton, N.J. 

ZODDA, CYNTHIA MARIE 
202 Anne Burras Lane 
Newport News, Va. 

ZOLKOSKI, SR. MARIE 
Sacred Heart Convent 
Belmont, N. C. 



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CONGRATULATIONS 



TO THE GRADUATES OF '69!!! 



MR. & MRS. WILLIAM E. DANER 



WIX CORPORATION 

ENGINEERED FILTRATION 

For 

Cars - Trucks — Tractors 

Buses — Locomotives 

Construction Equipment 

Marine and Stationary Engines 

P.O. Box 1967 

1301 E. Ozark Ave. 

Gastonia, N.C. 



SOUTHERN FLOORING & 
ACOUSTICAL CO., INC. 

931 E. Morehead 

P.O. Box 116 

Telephone 333-7116 

Superior Installations 



Compliments 



LANGDON JEWELRY CO. 



Monroe, N.C. 



BEST WISHES 

GARRISON'S INC. 

Phone 825-225 1 

36 N. Main Street 

Belmont, North Carolina 



GOODWILL EXTERMINATING 
AND INSULATING CO., INC. 

Phone 867-6364 

1601 E. Ozark Avenue 
P.O.Box 1396 

Gastonia, N. C. 28052 



PAUL ROSE 

Phone 864-7871 

Akers Shopping Center 

Gastonia, North Carolina 



DIXON MOTOR CO. 



"Since 1922" 



Belmont and Mount Holly, N. C. 




Within Vi Mile of Belmont Abbey 
& Sacred Heart Colleges 

415 E. Wilson Blvd. 

Phone 825-2160 

Belmont, North Carolina 



HOLIDAY INN NO. 1 


Wilkinson Boulevard 


R. F. D. No. 5 


Charlotte, N.C. 28208 



fresh, clean 



SEVEN-UP-DR. PEPPER 

BOTTLING CO. 
CHARLOTTE, N. C. 




CAROTHERS FUNERAL HOME, INC. 



Gastonia, N. C. 
Mt. Holly, N.C. 



Stanley, N. C. 
Belmont, N. C. 



Two Convenient Locations 

To Shop . . . 

Downtown. Gastonia, and 

Akers Shopping Center 

Men's - Ladies' and Boys' Wear 

WARREN GARDNER'S 

Gastonia, North Carolina 



BELMONT CLEANERS, INC. 

"Custom-Care Cleaning" 

and 

Deluxe Shirt Service 

Our 19th Year Serving Belmont 

1 1 1 South Main Street 



Compliments of 

WM. H. CRENSHAW YARNS, INC. 

302-304 Bank Building 
Belmont, North Carolina 



MILK 

GRADE "A" PASTURIZED 

DAIRY PRODUCTS 

ICE CREAM 
County Wide Delivery 

SUNRISE DAIRY, INC. 

DIAL UNiversity 7-6354 

509 W. Franklin Ave. 
Gastonia, North Carolina 



F. & E. CHECKWRITER 
COMPANY 

Phone ED 4-6704 

138 Brevard Court 

Charlotte, North Carolina 




WILSON PRINTING, INC. 

"Better Than the Average" 
Phone 825-5 193 

Belmont, North Carolina 



M 

UNIROYAL 




THE 

UNIROYAL 

MASTER 

Ibsc«iaUr* 



BOULEVARD SHELL TIRE 
AND BATTERY SERVICE 



Wilkinson Blvd. 



Belmont, North Carolina 



RAINBOW PAINT STORE 

E. Stuart Harris Dean C. Wood 

215 E. Franklin Ave. 

Gastonia, North Carolina 



SPORTS CENTER 



Top Grade Sports Equipment 
"For Less" 



212 E. Main St. 



UN 5-2642 



Gastonia, North Carolina 



NATIONAL LINEN SERVICE 

A Complete Linen Rental Service 

C. V. Cummings, Manager 

365 Dalton Avenue 
Charlotte, North Carolina 



BELMONT LUMBER 
COMPANY 

"Everything for the Building" 

Mill Work & Building Materials 

Plans & Estimates 



Compliments of 

WM. H. CRENSHAW YARNS, INC. 

302-304 Bank Building 
Belmont, North Carolina 



WCGC-RADIO 

1 270 On Your Dial 
Belmont, North Carolina 



The "Service Store" 

CATAWBA PHARMACY 

Registered Druggists 

Phone TA 5-2634 

Belmont, North Carolina 



Best Wishes To The Graduates 

SCHOOL SPECIALTIES 
COMPANY 

Box 187 

35 North Main Street 

Belmont, North Carolina 



AUSTIN'S BOULEVARD 66 



Service Station, Auto Body Repairing 
24 Hour Wrecker Service 

Phone 825-885 1 
240 Wilkinson Boulevard 
Belmont, North Carolina 



BOU-TAILORS & CLEANERS, INC. 

Cleaners of Distinction 

UN 5-587 1 1 24 South Oakland Street 

Gastonia, North Carolina 



COMMERCIAL PRINTERS, INC. 



Printers and Lithographers 



Phone 864-5745 
701 East Second Avenue 
Gastonia, North Carolina 



Congratulations to the 
Graduates of '69 



MR. & MRS. R. J. SELFRIDGE 



Congratulations and Best 
Wishes 

COLONEL AND MRS. CORNELIUS 
J. RINKER 

U. S. Army, Retired 



HICKS & INGLE CO. 



Mechanical Contractors 

Commercial, Industrial 

Phone 523-0212 

5624 S. Boulevard 

Charlotte, North Carolina 



WIX CORPORATION 



ENGINEERED FILTRATION 

For 

Cars — Trucks - Tractors 

Buses - Locomotives 

Construction Equipment 

Marine and Stationary Engines 

P.O. Box 471 

1315 E.Ozark Ave. 

Gastonia, N. C. 



26 Modern Rooms - Air Conditioned 
Room TV - Efficiency Apartments 

BAILEY'S STONEWALL MOTEL 

Mr. & Mrs. P. W.Bailey, 
Owners— Managers 

Phone TA 5-2974 

U.S. 29 and 74 Wilkinson Blvd. 

Belmont, North Carolina 




Compliments of 



TRI-COUNTY REALTY CO., INC. 

10655 Lee Highway 
Fairfax, Virginia 



KRIMMINGER CANDY 
COMPANY 

Wholesale Cigars And Candies 

Phone 537-7544 

3200 Central Ave. 
Charlotte, North Carolina 



BEST WISHES 

TO 

THE GRADUATES 

FROM 

MR. AND MRS. A. JOSEPH CONNELLY 



CITY ICE CREAM CO. 



Home of Tony's Ice Cream 
& Jumbo Milk Shakes 

604 East Franklin Ave. 
404 E. Morehead St. 

Gastonia, North Carolina 



UN 7-7085 
UN 5-5031 



MASSEY 
HARDWARE COMPANY 

INDUSTRIAL & MILL 
SUPPLIES 

BOX 26 PHONE 827-2431 

MOUNT HOLLY, N C 28120 



Office, Hotel & Motel Carpeting 
Draperies & Venetian Blinds 

HALL'S INC. 

"Custom Made Furniture" 

"Home of Quality Floor Coverings 

Since 1946" 

Phone FA 54449 

2519 The Plaza 

Charlotte, North Carolina 



TEXTILES- 
INCORPORATED 

Gastonia, North Carolina 

Spinners of FINE COMBED 
COTTON YARNS and SYNTHETIC BLENDS 



. 



Compliments of 



THE BELMONT 
HOSIERY MILLS INC. 



Belmont, North Carolina 



BEST WISHES 
From 



"THE McADENVILLE 
MILL COMPANIES" 



STOWE MILLS, INCORPORATED 
PHARR WORSTED MILLS, INC. 
PHARR YARNS, INC. 
IMPERIAL YARN MILLS, INC 
McADENVILLE NURSERIES, INC. 



THE McADENVILLE FOUNDATION, INC. 
McAdenville, North Carolina 



When something happy happens- 
it's Bulova Watch Time at 



PADGETT'S JEWELERS 



Bank Building 



Belmont, N. C. 



Watches — Clocks - Jewelry - Silverware 



Phone 825-2636 



MATTHEWS-BELK CO. 



Department Store 



Serving Gaston County 56 Years 
Building A Better Belks To Serve 



Gastonia, North Carolina 



Gastonia 



Best Wishes For Success 



GOOD WILL 
MAILERS, INC. 



Route 1 , Industrial Park 



North Carolina 



PETTY MACHINE 

COMPANY 
INCORPORATED 



LARRY K. PETTY, President-Treasurer 



28 Years' Experience 

IF YOU NEED A SPECIAL PART OR 

MACHINE - WE CAN BUILD IT! 

CAMS 



Gastonia, N. C. 



Phone 864-3254 



FEDERAL GLASS INC. 



Phone 525-1511 

4721 Chastain Ave. 
Charlotte, North Carolina 



GRAY & DANIEL, INC. 



Cotton Waste 

219 South York Road 

Gastonia, North Carolina 28052 



Compliments of 



A. B. CARTER, INCORPORATED 



OPERATING 
MILL DEVICES COMPANY 

Gastonia, North Carolina 

CARTER TRAVELER COMPANY 



Gastonia 



North Carolina 



"Famous throughout the South 

for fine Italian cookery" 

Pizza, Spaghetti, Steaks, Chicken and Barbecue 

GONDOLA ITALIAN RESTAURANT 

Phone 376-8 118 

2238 W. Independence Blvd. 

Charlotte, North Carolina 



BELMONT SAVINGS 

AND 
LOAN ASSOCIATION 



Phone TA 5-8428 
Belmont, North Carolina 



COLLA'S FLORAL SHOP 

"Flowers For Your Every Need" 

M. NINO COLLA 

Phone (609) 6924714 

741 Chestnut Avenue 

Vineland, New Jersey 08360 



ARMSTRONG COAL & OIL CO. 

Phone 825-2655 

10 S. Glenway Street 

Belmont, North Carolina 



COLLIER COBB 
ASSOCIATES, INC 



INSURANCE AND BONDS 

205 BAUGH BUILDING 

DIAL 372-0312 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

1407 E.FRANKLIN St. 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 



NEELY CHEVROLET, INC. 



301 Wilkinson Boulevard East - Dial 825-3306 



Belmont, North Carolina 



HELEN'S DRESS SHOP 



Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and 
Accessories 

239-41 West Main Avenue 
Gastonia, North Carolina 



WATKINS PHARMACY 



"WE CARE FOR YOU" 

132 N. Main St. - Belmont, N. C. 
BILL JAMES, R.Ph., Owner 

Phone Day TA S-S966 - Night TA 5-8277 



The Beauty of Kendrick Brick 

Serving the building industry of the Carolinas 

with the finest brick for over 60 years. 

A Divison of Boren Clay Products Co. 

3235 South Boulevard, Charlotte, N. C. 

CRAFTED WITH PRIDE . . . 

FIRED WITH BEAUTY 

KENDRICK BRICK AND TILE 

Phone JA 3-6716 



BIGGERS BROTHERS INC. 



Distributors of Institutional 
Fresh, Canned & Frozen Foods 

Phone 523-1 121 

2800 South Boulevard 

Charlotte, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

THE BANK OF 
BELMONT 

Established 1907 



Member 
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 



Phone TA 5-5331 
Belmont, North Carolina 




Reddy To Rock 

Reddy Kilowatt never misses a party. In fact, 
without him, things would be pretty dull. 
Think of it: no stereos, televisons, electric 
guitars or ice cubes. 

Thanks to Reddy there are over 160 flame- 
less electric servants that make modern living 
comfortable, economical and fun. When you 
have a home of your own, there will probably 
be even more. 



DulcePowe 




RICHEY SHOES 



Personalized Service 

Phone 3764801 

319 N. Tryon Street 

Charlotte, North Carolina 



WATSON 
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 



"Your Insurance Center" 



We Have Added Facilities For Serving 

Your Needs In 

Life Insurance - Disability Income - 

Group Life and Hospitalization 

Group Pension 



Gastonia, North Carolina 
Lowell, North Carolina 
Stanley, North Carolina 



CENTRAL YARN AND 
DYEING CO. 



Plant No. 1 



1311 East Ozark Ave. 
Gastonia, North Carolina 



JACK CALL PIANO CO. 
INC. 



Baldwin Pianos, Organs 

New and Used 

Sales and Service 

"AMERICA'S FIRST FAMILY IN MUSIC" 

5 1 6 N. Tryon Street 
Charlotte, North Carolina 



375-3340 



375-3349 



Compliments of 



A FRIEND 



THE MACKE COMPANY 



Matt B. Russ, 
Executive Vice President 



"Extraordinary Food and 
Vending Services" 



CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA 



Compliments 



MR. & MRS. W. C. SCHOLLY 



Compliments 
of 



GURNEY INDUSTRIES, INC. 



P.O. Box 519 

Gastonia, North Carolina 




HARRIS • TEETER 
SUPER MARKETS, me. 



M. A. RHYNE & SONS DAIRY 



DISTRIBUTORS OF SEALTEST 
FOODS FOR GASTON COUNTY 



DAIRY PRODUCTS 



DELIVERY SERVICE 

Supplying Quality Dairy Products of the 
Residents of Gaston County Since 1885 



Dial 864-4351 



210 New Hope Rd. 



Gastonia, N. C. 



ROBINSON DRUG STORE 

"The Store of Personal Service" 

Phone TA 5-5351 

Belmont, North Carolina 



Slumgarbner 
FUNERAL HOME 

"Twin OaKS Chapel" 

Dial 825-5301 

515 North Central Avenue 

Belmont, North Carolina 



THOMAS & HOWARD CO. 

Phone 596-61 10 
5710 Old Concord Road 
Charlotte, North Carolina 



PRITCHARD PAINT 
& GLASS CO., INC. 



Phone 376-8561 

140 Remount Road 

Charlotte, North Carolina 



H. K. BRUNNEMER, INC. 



is 


!^52B 


K ■ta»i.i 


FINE 


PRINTING 



Printers - Lithographers 

Wedding Invitations 

Phone 8654500 

707 E. Second Ave. 

Gastonia, North Carolina 




FIBER CONTROLS 
CORPORATION 



Box 1358 
Gastonia, N.C. 28053 



Had Your 
MINI-MEAL 

Today? 

Sp. Peanut Butter Sandwiches 

Cream Filled Cookies 

Salted Peanuts 

Potato Chips - Corn Cheese 

Corn Chips - Popcorn 



SWINSON PRODUCTS CO. 



INDEPENDENT ELECTRIC 
SUPPLY CO., INC. 

Phone 523-8561 

2401 South Blvd. 

Charlotte, North Carolina 



CITY SUPPLY COMPANY 



Building Supplies 

Paints — Hardware 

Plumbing and Electrical Supplies 



Belmont, North Carolina 



THE OPEN KITCHEN 

Phone 375-7449 
1318 W. Morehead Street 
Charlotte, North Carolina 



CYPRUS RESTAURANT SUPPLY, 
INC. 



Phone ED 44306 
& 334-9212 

1431 Bryant Street 
Charlotte, North Carolina 



G. D. TAYLOR, JR. & CO., INC. 

COTTON 

P.O. Box 1241 

Telephone 865-2376 

1203 E. Ozark Ave. Gastonia, N. C. 

Zip Code 28052 

Member 

Atlantic Cotton Shippers Association 

American Cotton Shippers Association 



Milk 



BRUMLEY 
PRINTING COMPANY 



1 75 East Franklin 
Gastonia, North Carolina 



BELK-MATTHEWS 

Phone 825-8534 

26 North Main Street 

Belmont, North Carolina 




^armbest 



'It's Delicious" 



HENKEL CONCRETE 
COMPANY, INC. 

Ready-Mixed Concrete 

P. O. Box 328 

Belmont, North Carolina 






Ice Cream 



N 

y 



Established 1912 

P. P. LEVENTIS & CO. 

WHOLESALE 

FRUITS VEGETABLES - FROZEN FOODS 
INSTITUTIONAL CANNED FOODS 



PHONE 

867-7225 



408 WEST MAIN 
GASTONIA, N. C. 



SHERRILL 
INDUSTRIES, INC. 

TEXTILE PARTS MANUFACTURERS 

SHEMCO 



STAMPINGS 

SPRINGS 

CASTINGS 



AUTOMATIC 

SCREW 

MACHINE 

PRODUCTS 



Specializing In 
PRECISION LOOM PARTS 



P. O. Box 578 



2510 N.Chester 
(New Dallas Hwy.) 



Gastonia, N. C. 
Tel. 864-7741 



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Natural Gas Makes The Big Difference 
Cost Less Too! ! ! ! ! 



PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY 
OF NORTH CAROLINA 



Address 

170 West Franklin Avenue 

Gastonia, North Carolina 

Telephone 864-6731 

428 West Wilkinson Boulevard 

Belmont, North Carolina 

Telephone 825-3315 



GASTONIA 
ICE CREAM COMPANY 



FOR HEALTH 
HONEY KIST ICE CREAM 

"The Finest of all Ice Creams" 

Phone UN 4-26 12 

404 W. Airline Ave. 

Gastonia, North Carolina 



Best Wishes 

to 

Class of 1970 

from 



MR. & MRS. JOHN M. ZIER 



McGINTY BUILDING COMPANY, 



INC. 



Cleveland, Ohio 



Compliments 



of 



MR. AND MRS. JOHN J. GARVEY 



Best Wishes 
Class of 1969 

MR. AND MRS. THOMAS L. CURRY 



Congratulations 
to THE GRADUATES 



MR. AND MRS. LORENZO F. KEENAN 



THE CARRIAGE HOUSE LTD. 



Phone 825-5211 

4 N. Main Street 

Belmont, N. C. 28012 



CHAVIS TEXTILE MFG. CO., INC. 



Phone 864-8715 
920 N. Highland Street 
Gastonia, N.C. 28052 



EAGLE STORES CO. INC. 



Phone 825-2385 
20 North Main Street 

Belmont, North Carolina 



BELMONT MOTEL 



Phone 825-5506 
121 E.Wilkinson Blvd. 
Belmont, N. C. 28012 



ROSES 



Phone 864-7871 

Akers Center 
Gastonia, N. C. 28052 



BRADSHAW'S PHILLIPS 66 
SERVICE STATION 



Phone 867-9279 

1 124 South York Road 

Gastonia, North Carolina 



Compliments 
of 



A FRIEND 



<g|D 



jl GOODNIGHT BROTHERS, INC. 



SERVICE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS 

P. 0. Box 10032 
4423 Wilkinson Blvd. 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Phone 3924121 



WESTWOOD AZALEA CLEANERS, INC. 



1114 Azalea Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 



CAROLINA PAD & PAPER CO. 


Manufacturers of Paper School Supplies 


1430 South Mint Street 


Charlotte, N. C. 


334-7791 
i 




Things go better 
with Coke after 
Coke after Coke 




WmSD UNHB AUTHQUTY « 7HI MM-OOLA COMPANY V 



BEAM ELECTRIC CO., INC. 



Electrical Contractors 
'Control work Our Specialty' 

1917 S. Tryon St. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

333-9096 



Holsum Bread Is The Bread 

HOLSUM BAKING CO. 

Gastonia, N. C. 
609 W. Airline Ave. UN 4-3236 



GASTON MEMORIAL PARK 

1 200 New Hope Road 

Gastonia, North Carolina 

Phone 865-3770 



MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND P. VALLEE 



Compliments 
of 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES R. JOHNSON 



DIXIE YARNS 



Belmont, North Carolina 




REFRESHING AS 
A CUP OF COFFEE 



SUN DROP BOTTLING 
COMPANY, INC. 

809 East Franklin Ave. 
Gastonia, North Carolina 



Compliments 
of 



MR. AND MRS. GAYNOR CONLON 



Compliments of 



MRS. S. D. FARRIS 



PARENTS' BOOSTERS 



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